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THE DAILY CAIKO DULLKTIN: SATURDAY MOKNING, EEBUUAKY 2C, IH81.
THE J)AILY BULLETIN,
OiMr: Hulli'tln llulldliic Washington Avenue
RNTKUKO AT TUB HOST OFKIC'E IN CAIHO, IL'
UNOIS, AS HKCONi) CLASS MATTKK.
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II mil. Wind. Vrl Weather.
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SPKCIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ni.tn in itilH rulmiiii. ilvo fi'iim mt lino, eicb
lliKcrtMiu. I'm one nimilli. Nl cent 1'iHilie.
For sai.k -" empty vinegar barrels
ut tin' Sharp Corner grocery, comer Popular
and Liglitecnth streets.
SWOHOIU & Sl IU I.TZK.
Mr. Freii Kochlcr, successsnr to Kochler
llruthcrs. proprietor of tlic Great
Youthen) Illinois steam sausage factory is
now prepared to furnish any t)lc of the
best duality of sausages in any quantity
linnn short notice, the reputation U Mr.
Keohlcr's manufacture in this line, extends
for hundreds ot miles u round us it having
taken tlie premium at a number ot tairs as
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the. best in every respect, .nr. iuumer is
also prepared to duplicate any figures, no
matter from whence they may come.
A neat cottage, pleasantly
particulars, impure ol
JJ. V. Hi.am:.
Oysters! Fish! Gcunc!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Haltiniore
oysters received in cans, direct troin the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Ked .Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Seud your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Kohkut IIkwitt, Ag't.
Reduced Itotw to Washington.
For Inauguration Ceremonies; the Illi
nois Central Kail road will sell tickets.
Cairo to Washington and return, fur f il.OD.
Tickets good to return on until March
10th. This Line runs two daily trains,
iniiking direct connections, and aniving iu
Washington as quick as any other route.
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars through
from Cairo to Cincinnati without change.
J. II. Jonks, James Johnson,
Ticket Agent, Cairo. Uen'l Agent"
. Two houses and four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be sold
seperately, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mas. Sa ml-ei, Fish eu.
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
New Milliard Saloou.
Mr. Joseph Stcagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dau'l Ilartnmn, on the comer of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he has spaircd no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to conn; and see him.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keoliler's sam
ple slioji en Kilitli street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
At I'at Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter ami other wines may b.i enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms nf
Mr. I'at. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
tleet, with every variety of vehicles
fiom a bib down to a
sulky, all in a first class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable tigurcsoo a moment's
notice at his "Horse Man son". Hisplaecof
ausiness is m connection with the telephone
nil i, rilup ...,.! am I . Iiowit .1, will .,, .Mm
Closing Out, J'.oots and Shoes.
Haying a very largo slock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladi"s'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
L'oods winch will ln'gin arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ml -vise
you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure- you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. lvoeil.
No. Commercial avenue between Fifth
md Sitli strrem. Cairo Ills.
I'Uillen'K Arnica SaU e.
1 he best salve ju il.u world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, s .lt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped lumds, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds ol skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, 2.1
cents per box. For sale by Oko. E. O'IIaha
Two desirable lots on Commercial hvc
nun above Fifteen! It street, cheap. Title
Irfl'Ct. M- Howlry,
Heal Estate Agent.
Desirable furnished rooms at rensohablo
ratcH. Inquire of M us. Htaniikuy,
Tenth, near Walnut.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice III them' coliiinna, ten ct-iits iwr line,
each itiHiTtlou. Markeil
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The Mississippi river is rising, and the
Ohio is falling according to the last official
Mr. John Madden has the contract lor
building Mrs. F. M. Stock Hot lis new resi
dence on Ninth street.
-Fresh oysters at A. T. Deliaun's Mi
--Mr. M. A. Smith, the editor of the
Johnson County Journal, was in the city
- Ellis it Haughiiiui expect to have
their new bindery ready lor operation iu
a few days; l'yatt will have charge of it.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcHnun's, 50
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Barclay have been
married twenty-livcycnis to day -it is their
silver wedding day.
The Delta House has recently been
newly painted, and yesterday men were
at work repairing the tin roof. Its appear
ance is much improved.
- Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik Bi i.i.ktin office.
- Mr. Louis Koeliler, Sr., is stil! suffering
very much with his leg; he has found it
necessary to have an operation performed
- city Engineer, Charles Thrupp has a
number of men vigorously at work on the
Illinois Central embankment. He is mak
ing good use of the favorable weather.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The bine birds, advauec agents of
spring, sang as, "gaily yesterday morning,
as though the ground ho;' had seen never a
shadow on candlemas day.
Owing to some disorder in the ma
chinery ol the Egyptian Mills, that institu
tion was not running yesterday. But the
breakage is but slight and will not keep
the mill idle long.
Check books, nceipt books, order
hooks, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
The track of the Narrow Gauge rail
road is Bomewhat covered with water some
miles above Cairo. But not enough to
stop the running of trains.
John Henry Akers, the young printer
who was arrested here by officers Schuck
ers and Dunker, at the request ot the Padu
culi sheriff, has been taken to Nashville
where he will be tried for larceny.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBmin's, 5(1
Several car loads more o rock were
brought down on the Cairo it Vincennes
railroad yesterday, which is being used in
paving its tracks where they cross the
nairoW-gauge road and for some distance
up the avenue.
Messrs. Wells mid Mor- are moving
their house-hold effects out ot the old
Mackie house into Col. S. S, Taylor's house j
on the corner of Washington avenue and
Twenty-fourth street, which will be their
Harmon it Co. have purchased the
stock of Mr. John A. Stone, of Carbon
dale, Illinois, and will establish a branch
"White" sewing machine agency in that
town. Mr. B. F. Echols will probably be
Ninety barrels ot bottlc-berr, of from
six to eight dozen in each barrel, was lying
on the Illinois Centra,!, wharf boat yester
day. They were shipped by Val. Blatz
from Milwaukee, Wisconsi:-, and were
hound for New Orleans.
Messrs. Halliday Brothers are having
the rubbish cleared away from around their
grand hotel, and will doubtless build the
necessary wood and coal sheds, etc., and
enclose tiie yard with a handsome mid
The Usual Friday afternoon entertain
ment did not take place at the high school
yesterday. The reason given was that on
the previous Friday the whole day had
been taken up by them in the celebration
of Washington's birthday.
Mr. B. F. and Mrs. Kliza Wilburn, ol
Hodges Park, will celebrate their tin
wedding on the 20th instant. They have
been happily married ten years and will
renew their vows upon the day mentioned.
They are setting a good example to the
marriud people of their neighborhood.
Ilannon it Co. have supplied them
selves with a telephone, which is numbered
one hundred and three. All persons want
ing sewing machines, or any sowing ma
thimi attachments, or having any repairs to
make on their machines can have their
wanu promptly supplied by calling upon
telephone station. x0 jo3.
Mr. Andy Forbes is preparing to build
frame buililinu the vacant lot next to
John Spnmt's lee otUe... m the corner of
Twelfth street und Ohio levee. It will be
two story from the wound up one story
ubovc the side-walk, and will bo occupied
partly by himself and partly by renters. It
is designed tor a restaurant.
Mrs. uugan is inuiaiug a larn; new
Etable near the corner of Twentieth nn
A number 01 men, wmi skills, arc
ferrying across the water between Cairo am
the country above us.
A new crossing is being laid down over
Fourteenth street, on the west sidu of
Washington avenue; a much needed im
The Illinois Central IUilrosd Com
pany are removing the inside rails of their
main passenger track from Fourth street
down, which arc badly worn, and replaein
them with new ones.
Men were yesterday put to work b
street superintendent Oorinan on Ohio love
removing the soft mud to the depth of
about a foot from the surface. It is being
thrown np in heaps along the Illinois
Cei.tral track with the intention of remov
ing it afterwards.
For several days past twenty men have
been engaged repairing portions of the new
levee, umlrr the direction of City En
gineer, Charles Thrupp. Mr. Thrupr
thinks that several weeks work would be
necessary to put the levee in the condition
it ought to bo in.
The Mystic Krew will give a luin
strcl performance nt Hartman's hall on the
L'Sth instant. Thev have contemplated this
for sometime, have thoroughly prepared
themselves for it, and knowing that they
have some of the best home talent in that
line of performance there is here, we feel
satisfied that thev will civc an excellent
-Mr. H. Bloms' large, black New
Foundland dog had been missing for sev
eral days, and was found yesterday lyin,
under the step of his owner's residence,
lead. He was poisoned by some one who
had a grudge against Mr. Bloms. He was a
valuable dog, whose loss Mr. Bloms feels
keenly. He says he would not have taken
one hundred and fifty dollars for him.
Messrs. Oaz.ola and llotto will have
the Planters House in full blast by next
Tuesday or Wednesday. They are making
various repairs and improvements, are re
furnishing it in part and when its doors
arc-thrown open to the traveling public if
W'lll be one of the completest hotels in the
state. In the meantime guests arc roomed
there, but boarded at Mr. Botto's restaur
ant. There is on exhibition at Hartman's
hall a commission, written on a piece of
paper stamped on the back, by Governor
Thomas to George Thomas as Captain, in
1792, and another one to the same George
Thomas as Major, also a number of orders
by Colonel George Thomas dated 1800.
These papers were contributed to the
Ladies Loan exhibition by Mr. J. T.
Messrs. Swoboda it Schultzo arc active
in making preparations for building. A
rear attachment of their store is already
being moved, the trees are being chopped
away and the premises generally cleared of
everything that might prove a hindrance to
the rapid progress of the work when once
begun. The iron front for the new store is
expected to arrive daily, and other material
is near at hand.
Win. I'inkerton, one of the famous
New York detective force, ami two other
detectives have been engaged by the Sra
Bernhardt company to accompany it during
the remainder of its tour through
the country. The company has tound
it necessary to do this in order to prevent
any more raids upon Sara's valuable jewelry
and outfit by pickpockets, etc., which have
been quite frequent during the first part of
A Afr. Floto, a gf-rman cabinet maker,
had on exhibition on Ohio levee, near the
coiner of Sixth street yesterday,
a fine piece of workmanship in
the form of a writing desk.
It was made of fine wood, painted a hand
some walnut color aiul highly polished. It
was ingeniously arranged in i very con
venient manner. When all closed it
formed a beautiful ornament for
the most magnificently furnished parlor.
It is furnished with drawers, inside of
drawers ami with shelves, which can be
used for little curiosities, etc. It costs
about forly-five dollars, but cheaper ones
can be made. ,
- It is believed that the English Oxford
Press (the official publishers) would be.
willing to issue n cheap popular edition of
the New Testament, provided they run be
convinced that the demand for such an edi
tion in this country is great enough to war
rant it. To test tin.' extent of this demand
our readers are requested to send at once to
I. Iv. Funk A Co , 10 and 12 Hey street,
New York, their names, stating how many
copies they are willing to take for them
selves and friends, provided the price per
copy be not more than 2") cents, postage
free. These would bo the official copies,
printed in Oxlord, England, from the orig
nal plates, and would be delivered in Amer
ica simultaneously with the high-priced
An interesting event occurred in the
court of Squire Osborn day before yester
day, at least it was so to Mr, James John
son and Miss Jane Johnson. , Jane and
James got married, but m t'tis case, unliko
as in most others, the former did not
change her name. Janies tfas twonty
nino years of age mid Miss Johnson was
twenty-five, and the squire performed tha
ceremony in n manner that betokened a
thorough understanding of hII its details.
To see with what solemnity, what dignity,
yet grace and ease, the squire can perform
this most delicate of all bis duties makes
one almost wish to take the bride groom's
The argument for tho prosecution in
the Whitc'iinp murder case was resumed
yesterday morning by Mr. W. C. Mulkey,
who occupied the floor until about eleven
o'clock a. m. when Mr. S. P. Wheeler fol
lowed for the defense. Mr. Wheeler occu
pied the balance of the forenoon
and tin! afternoon until about
four o'clock, when Mr. Leek took
the floor for the prosecution again. He
spoke until six o'clock and about two hours
after supper, when Mr. Albright followed
him for the defense and occupied the bal
ance of the session, until about
ten o'clock at night. He will resume this
morning and will be followed by Mr. Line
gar, who will speak until evening, perhaps,
and Mr. Damron will then begin the clos
ing argument for tho prosecution. The
speeches so fir have been powerful and the
interest is intense. Many ladies were pres
ent all day yesterday.
The ladies of tho Temperance club have
been unusually active in the prosecution
of their work of reform. They have adop
ted a new plan that will not fail to bo pro-
luetive of some good, and that will make
their work felt beyond the limits of Cairo
A nuniiier or tiie most active among mem
have visited the eounty jail and had some
very pleasant little chats with the prison
ers there, which terminated very satisfactor
ily both to theinand to thejuisoners; others
have been visiting the railroad depots and
scattering temperance tracts throng
t.ui trains hum tiie wail in-' rooms
That this work is all for naught no one
will say, for something will certainly be ac
complished if it is persisted in. How much
will be accomplished it is impossible to
calculate, for there is no telling how often
one of these little missies, scattered upon
the highways, will strike a wretched soul
ind cause it t turn from the beaten path of
sin. Hie laiiies win timi ample encourage
nicnt in their work if they persist iu it.
The temperance people hail one of
their best meetings last night. In point
of numbers ami the character of its exer
cises it surpassed any they have hail for
some time pat. The meeting was opened
by calling the secretary to the chair, on
the motion of George S. Fisher, the presi-
lent and vice-president being absent. A
song- " I tie : Morning Ligiit is I5rcak.ing
was sung, Miss Anna Wilson at the
organ a short scriptural lesson was read by
thechairinau and prayer v as offered by broth
er ISrmvn. on motion tlie chair appoint
ed Brothers J. F. Miller, 1'. W. Barclay
and G. M. Alden a committee to receive Col.
Lowery at the train upon his arrival in this
city next week. A number ol short and
very interesting addresses were delivered
by the chairman, and Brothers Miller,
Spiller, Kilbourne, Goodyear, Phillips and
Brown, and Sisters Wilson and Alden.
One signature was obtained to the pledge,
and after asking a blessing upon the club
ind singing another song, the meeting ad-
Last night Hartman's Hall was the
great attraction for the people of Cairo. A
large and festive crowd gathered there,
larger than ever before, for the spacious
wis nearly packed. The entertain
ment was excellent, lhe programme pub-
i in the papers was carried out to the
letter and every part of it was received
with well merited applause. The singing,
music and tableaux were all of the best;
hut the performance of the fan
brigade was especially good,
The exhibition seems just to begin being
suecessfiill in every way, and it is to be de
plored that this is to be its last day. We
believe that it could be. made a success for
many weeks to come, for it is a novelty to
most people, and furnishes excellent enter
tainment for both old and young folks, as
well as for strangers in the city, of whom
there were many present last night. The
Cairo and Vincennes railroad, and the
steamer Fowler, might be induced to bring
excursion parties into the city every week,
which would add m eatl v to its success from
financial stand point.
''Illegal'' waxes wroth in the last issue
f the New, and in his wrath he becomes
unfair and unreasonable as persons in that
state of mind always do. We don't know
who "Illegal" is, nor iId we earn to know,
but we think he is human, at least in that
he has a certain standard by which he
judges all men who may differ with him in
anything. He is a sort of synic to whom
all such men are either secretly bad or
openly bad. and their every word and every
act is either the result of an evil nature or
an evil influence. We cannot blame "Ille
gal" for his ' insinuations against
us; they nre the utterances of
a dissatisfied, an unhappy, a "vincgar
nattired" man, and therefore we pity him
from the bottom our guiltless heart. But
"Illegal" asks two questions, the reading of
which increased our anxiety for him, be
cause wo infer from then that there must
be something the matter with his gang
lionic nerve. We uro inclined to believe
that if bis ganglionic nerve were all right
he wouldn't have asked the questions in tho
manner he did. lie would have asked the
first question something alter this wise:
"Why did tho majority of the property own
ers along Commercial avenue sign petitions
asking the city council to givo tho Cairo &
Vincennes the right ot way down Commer
cial avenue" and ho would havo put tho
second question about in this manner:
"Why did not the city council, when tho
Mississippi levee had been washed away
and the entire city was in danger of being
swept away by the angry waters of the
"father" why did not the city
council wait until court convened and then
enter a suit against the management of the
Nujiow Guage railroad and try to compel
them to rebuild the levee instead of doing
that at the expense of the peoplo ol Cairo
We havn't the least doubt but that at the
time the old levee was disappearing, "Ille
gal" was one of the loudest in his denun
ciations id' the city council for waiting
upon the railroad company, or some other
company to build it as long as they did;
and now "Illegal," (having feasted upon
his words uttered in time of danger all this
time) comes out in denouncing the much
bothered, illy paid, long suffering council
lor tMiiNii what he denounced them for
not doing before. Oh! "Illegal.''
Mi.ss Fanny Barclay is expected to return
from Centralia to day.
The Misses 0ly hao gone back to Cen
tralia, their home, after u visit to their sister
of several weeks.
Mr. Ark. Williams, of Missouri, was in
town yesterday, coming over the Missis
sippi in a skiff.
I r. V. K. Smith will be one of the I'airo
vi.iitois at New Orleans when Mardi (iras
i celebrated there.
Mr. H. Thompson and family have gone
to Indianapolis Indiana to take charge of
the Occidental hotel there.
Messrs. T. If. lion and A. I. Oaskins of
Fulton, Kentucky, were iu the city .yester
day, stopping ;it the Hotel De Winter.
Messis.,1. F. Parker, II. F. Delany, Mrs.
L. M. Wells and Howard Oeluny, of Villa
Hidge, were icgiftered at the Hotel De
Mr. M. Kd.steidiy left yesterday, or
will leave to-day, for N'okomis, Vandalia,
Ills, and Clinton, Iowa, on a visit to parents
ami fiicmhV whom he has not seen for a
long time. c si! e gone about a
Maj. llinklc has leturned from his trip
into Kentucky and Tennessee. He did not
get far before he found that the roads were
too bad to permit him to visit the portions
of country he wished to visit, and he has
abandoned the trip for the time being.
Mr. Korsemeyer and wile have left New
Orleans, and are now in C'arrollton, a small
city about seven miles this side of New
Orleans on the Mississippi river. His last
letter to his children here d'-tes not contain
as encouraging news of the state of his
health as could be wished for.
Mi.s Ella liobbins went to New Orleans
by the Mississippi Central railroad yester
day. Mil! nail intended to go by steamer
with Mrs. II. L. and Mrs. W. P. Hallidav
and Mrs. W. H. ;reen, but she wished to
get there in tiuie to sec the grand Mardi
Oras turnout and hence had to go by rail.
Don't scatter your wealth, but scatter
your rheumatism with St. Jacobs Oil nnd
A liKIIJ.IANr I'Kui.H MMK KoK 1 HIS KVKN
To day being the Ust day of the l'resby-
terian Ladies' Loin exhibition, they have
determined that it shall be one, which
shall leave a lasting impression upon the
public mind and will present unusual at
tractions to all who will be at Harfman's
tall to-day. A magnificent dinner will he.
pread from twelve till two o'clock;
a iu attinee will be ''iven in the afternoon
it which children will In; admitted at the
ow price of tin cents, mi I ill the evening
the grandest entertainment, of tho season
will be presented. Coiiie everybody, to
I hitman's Hall.
"Hmv much for Tin; Wi km.y lln.i.i:-
"Two dollars a year, postage prepaid.''
"Too much ! I know it is the best week
ly paper published outside the huge cities,
but it is only an eight-page, forty. eight
column paper and no larger than the Week
ly (!lobe-Democrat. I get that lor one
lollar a year.''
How much for that shut?" .'pointing to
one in the show case.)
"Two dollars! Why I get the same
thing for one dollar at. Stuart's."
"I tumble! Hut these shirts cost nn
1:22.00 per dozen and it costs you nothing
to get out a weekly paper. '
"I hat is a I act. the score or more of
printers, editors, carriers and pressmen are
working in Tiik Hi i.i.ktin office for love.
not for money. Wholesale rmncr ilonlnrn
are always glad to give tons of whito paper
away. J lie money invested in machinery
would bring no returns at ten per cent in-
1 4 1 ... . . .
o iesi, iiii rents nnd taxes are never col
"Oood morning! "
Wk cannot understand whv days of hosi-
lancy and delay will be Indulged in when
a few doses of Dr. Hull's (Joiurh Syrup will
eas) nnd cure the worst kind of cough or
cold .Price only L'5 cents bottle'
IL ItiniAunsoN, Sac and Fox Agency,
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be glad to recommend h to any one. see
port KKNT-HoimiP, furnished unfurnlnhed.
with or wllliout hdhrd, si remninnhii, mn.ii
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lUU 'Irnni. Tim land U Hltuutt d four mile
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l ullUHilim nilnn. t. In timber; fliuui. , ttml, ,1
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plenty ofK.,nd watnr. Tho Nenhun, ,
ruiiH l.ciieiith tills (arm. lor terms, eie.. ,,..
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KLOEK. GRAIN AND HAY
HIiflicHf Cash Prleo Paid for Wlipat.
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Summer Wood and Kindliiis:
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At one dollar per loud.
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